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43% Southland Population Jump Seen by 2020

May 08, 1998|LARRY GORDON | TIMES STAFF WRITER

Costa Mesa: 7%

Cypress: 10%

Dana Point: 19%

Fountain Valley: 7%

Fullerton: 14%

Garden Grove: 7%

Huntington Beach: 9%

Irvine: 30%

Laguna Beach: 21%

Laguna Niguel: 15%

La Habra: 4%

La Palma: 8%

Los Alamitos: 2%

Mission Viejo: 3%

Newport Beach: 11%

Orange: 5%

Placentia: 19%

San Clemente: 13%

San Juan Capistrano: 44%

Santa Ana: 11%

Seal Beach: Less than 1%

Stanton: 28%

Tustin: 15%

Villa Park: 9%

Westminster: 25%

Yorba Linda: 7%

Unincorporated areas: 113%

Countywide: 25%

Note: Laguna Hills and Lake Forest not available

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PROJECTED POPULATION INCREASE BY COUNTY

RIVERSIDE: 104%

IMPERIAL: 102%

SAN BERNARDINO: 81%

VENTURA: 31%

ORANGE: 24%

\o7 Source: Southern California Assn. of Governments\f7

Population Forecast

Growth in population in key Southland areas:

COUNTIES

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1994 2020 L.A. 9,231,600 12,249,100 Orange 2,595,300 3,244,600 Ventura 709,900 932,300 Riverside 1,376,900 2,816,000 San Bern. 1,558,600 2,830,000 Imperial 138,400 280,000

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1994 2020 N. L.A. County 451,000 1,213,400 City of L.A. 3,656,700 4,890,900 Malibu/Agoura Hills 75,300 108,300 Westside 227,000 253,000 South Bay 819,000 925,600 S.E. L.A. 1,982,100 2,368,600 Glendale/Burbank 538,000 684,100 San Gab. Valley 1,482,000 1,805,700

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\o7 Source: Southern California Assn. of Governments\f7

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